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will not be wanting by the friends o t>
the Act. Tbey will answer the rail 1 ,
road men, when they say that they |
we only enabled to carry the lony
hanla because they made large prof
out of tho .short ihauls, by sho 1
that it is not just to make or^ vlaßS
pay high rales so that ano' clasg
can enjoy low rates. An ti very
argument will bring the
whole trouble back t|j. e shoulders
of the railroad ny jn themselves, for'
it will raise the that the Act
requires that their rates shall be
Bad ttte opposers of re
peal will a?*, bow can the rates be
reasouaKle wh*n they are all evenei
up to, tho highest rates charged a
non rpoiuts, notwith
standing the railroad companies de
el»re tihat their greatest profits com
from those points, and that if they
must let any part of tlreir traffic go
they wonld prefer that it sbould be
the. lowg haul instead of the Bhort
haul. "We are therefore of opinion
©All/* HER Ala
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JAM.S J. AYRRS.
AYEBB & LYNCH. Puku«hr*s.
DELIV*sUCP BY CARRIKBB
A, »Oc per » W»c per Blonlh
mto BY »M. WCLCOIBO FOBTAOK.
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SSmly hlkaVd six months.. 1 »J
Cski.y h"h>u>. thren months «J
jSOTATIIB H.M.AID. per COPT- 16
Local Oowiibwhdksce lrjen adjaceu
towns, especially solicited.
should be bydr.lt
.back. Postottce order or postal note. Th
\Zm Vhontd be sent tor nil .m». M than
*?ot°rT™™ D.r*« W ,r- -Owing too.
-tiitw increased Hollttiee. we are pre
execute %« xl»d. of job work lo
*t«*lor manoer- 9peci»l RttenUon wiU
tTcosnnerClal end legal printing,
3 %c promptly H.M at
75 Nort* Sprin,
Angelea. Telephone No. 156.
TIM. ot Letters romsiniw; 1t
t£fo»\\V* Aip.Wt.hed in tbe HssiALt
Mmndays.
Notice to Mail Subscribers.
' ts rti .11 delinquent man ran
Ifm, he iroirptly discontinued hereafter.
4s'J»y«W.l be »ent.?o uj
have been paid for iv
advance. iTWa rue ia iuuexlble
™ Avers * Lynch.
W&'.Wve received another large
installment of the Illustrated Hkk
ai.l*, an«i orders for this matchless
presentation of the resources and
»t tractions of our section will be now
611 ed *>s soon as sent in.
Can it be Repented?
Th* injurious effects of the tremen
dous froifjdit rates now exacted by tha
transcontinental roads upon the pro
ductive industries of this coast cannot
be estimated. If they are to continue,
they will, as the saying goes, burn
our candle at both ends, 'i hoy will
compel our people to pay enormous
advances on all the commodities im
ported from tho Kast, and increase
the cost of transportation on our
fruits, wines, oils, canned goods and
all productions which are marketed
in the Atlantic States, to such an ex
tant as to virtually place an embargo
upon them. We are told by the rail
roads that these rates are the result
of that provision of the Inter-State
Commerce bill which prohibits a
griator charge for freight* on short
hails than on long ones. The com
panies declare tbat their profits come
mainly from short hauls, and that in
order not to reduce their charges on
short hanls they were forced to raise
the price of long hauls, so as to com
ply with tbe law. In other words,
instead of flattening down the rates
in the middle and bringing them up
at the ends, so as to nuke a fair aver
age, they have made the terminal or
competitive points bear all the brunt
—-attlie evening process. The compa
nies have therefore construed the law
altogether in their own favor. They
have relinquished nothing, but, on the
contrary, have greatly added to their
previous charges, and blamed the
oppressive operation of their new
schedule altogether on the law. This
policy of the roads, it is averred, was
adopted for the purpose of making
the people in Ihe commercial com
petitive points to feel at once the evil
effects which could bo produced by
the law, and to raise such an outcry
•gainst it tbat Congress would hasten,
on its reassembling, to repeal it. The
policy has certainly 'been successful
in raising the outcry and in making
people generally believe that the law
alone was to blame; but that this
public indignation will bo successful
in seeming the repeal of the law, we
hive our doubts. It must be remem
bered that the main principle of the
Inter-State Commerce Act contem
plates relief from the oppressive
charges and the arbitrary regulations
wnhh the roads have always enforced
at non c jnipetitive points. As these
points constitute all the interior cities
and towns of the country that are not
adjacent to rivers, canals or other
highways thai enter into competition
-with railroads, it will be seen that a.
▼cry large proportion of the people of
tha United States will be found friend -
ly to the main principle of the law;
Tbe first attempt to repeal it
will be resisted by this very large
element of the people of the country.
Bti>, perhaps, their opposition, great
as'it is, would not be nearly so effect-
ire in combatting repeal as tlie vast
latere us"lthat have already showi
thiir approval ot the Inter-Stat
Commerce Act. Shipowners in al
the Urge commercial cities will op
pose ils icpeal. So will the steam
boat interests on all the navigable
rivers, especially on those great west
crn rivers thatjtlow by several States
We have seen .that, in San Francisco
while the Hoard ol Trade has pro
nonnced against the law, the Cham
ber of Commerce has upheld it. So
it will be elsewhere. Tha interests
of every class will be exercised either
pro or con, as they are favorably or
injuriously affected by its provisions.
However, we say, it is doubtful if it
will he possible to repeal the law at
the next session of Congress, or at
any subsequent session. It has taken
ten years to pass the Reagan bill,
even in its present modified shape.
The power of the classes whose in
terests are favorably affected by its
principles will perhaps be found .suf
ficient to prevent its repeal in that
time; for it matt be known, that it is
as difficult to repeal a law which is
Maintained and deiead :d by a l«rge
aection of the people as it is to pass a
law that is oppose 1 by powerful in
teracts. The m.ichinury "of legisla
tion is such that itcan be successfully
obstructed as well for the repeal as
Jar the passage of laws. Arguments
LOS BAII.Y ffKKAI.I3. APRIL 23. IMP,?.
.roud r fin? doll4t J Oll< that they have |
/o4!rotn tho admiring friei ds of
xfAVion, beauty and progress. The
aa laid out are very beautiful,
\na will greatly enhance tho appearance
of tbe campus.
that permanent relief from the exist
ing long haul rates must come from
the companies. Th« Commissioners,
however, ought to suspend the opera
tion of section lour temporarily in
favor of the Pacific coast, until they
car examine tbe Tliolo ajueHiivii v.ai€
fully. They have the power to do so.
and have set precedents to en itle us
to expect this action. Their power |
under the act is very great. They
can take into consideration many col
lateral facts in favor of granting this
vast relief. They can declare what is
reasonable, and apply the flexible
definition of that term in favor of en
couraging the unique industries of
this coast instead of permitting them
to be injuriously affected.
Wonuhk is expressed at the fact
that so many new town sites are be
ing laid out in our valleys and foot
hills, and that when the lots are put
up at sale they are eagerly bought at
prices that seem very high. The ex
planation of what some people are
pleased to term a craze is in the fact
that there is a marvelous future for
this whole section. Our matchless
climate will induce a constant immi
gration of the best people of the
East to Southern California. They
will all want homes. The great bulk
of them will be of Ihe class who are
now arriving here in such large num
bers—people of means, who are tired
of living in States where they are
freezing one hah" the year and roast
ing the other half. They want to
live, not suffer. And then, again, it
must be remembered that were the
town sites already laid out multiplied
by one hundred, we shall still not
have the centres that will be required
to furnish business points for this
vast agricultural country of this
county. IjOS Angeles has an area of
tillable soil capable of supporting a
million inhabitants. Just think of
the number of thriving cities and
towns from New York to Albany, and
j then judge whether Los Angeles
county is destined to stop at twenty,
thirty, fifty or one hundred beautiful
towns, where not only life will be a
perpetual enjoyment, but where the
rich products of the adjacent vine
yards and orchards and farms will
make them lively and profitable cen
tres of trade. In a very few years
Los Angeles connty will fill up with
population; and the lots in any of the
town sites that are now selling for a
few hundred dollars will then be
worth thousands. Far-seeing peo
ple realize this, and they are invest
ing their money in town lots with a
certainty that they are making a prof
itable investment.
ARBOR DAY.
A Number of Trees Planted at
the I'nlversity.
The first arbor day ever held in Los
Angeles county was inaugurated yester
day under the most favorable auspices
by tbe faculty and frienda of the Uni
versity of Southern California, of which
Rev. M. M. Bovard is President. The
trees were planted in the grounds of tbe
University, which comprise eight seres
and which had been beautifully designed
and laid out by Mr. Bell, late from
York, Nebraska. Tbe planting was
superintended by tbe gardener of the
Rossdale Cemetery, and every tree
planttd was placed where it bad bee
designed i n the map. The services be
gan at 9 o'clock in the morning. Rtv
Mr. Knighton, pastor of Grace Metho
dist church, Rev. Mr. Robertson, Dr
Sinsabaugh and Rev. Mr. Huff
were on the platform wber
the services took place. After th
usual opening exercises short addresse
wtrd made by Revs. Knigbten, Chering
ton, Roberts aud Hull', and then all pro
ceeded outside, where the planting be
gau, most of which was informal, exoept
ing the Iree pUnted by tbe senior clas
of the University. The programme tv
the grounds cousiued of a song, con
posed by a member of the senior class
Frank Sigler delivered an address o
behalf of tho class, which was feelingly
responded to by President Bovard. l b
trees that were planted are as follows
Sago Palm, Rev. A. M. Huff and M. M.
Bivard; Aricaria Exctlsia, senior class,
Robirt Widney, Samuel Maclay, Miss
Id* Lindley, Dr. P. F. Bresee, H. H.
Wilcox, Thomas Loyd, Mrs. Jennie
Loydj Aricaria Bidwellin, Thomas
Robertson, Paul and R;td Cherington,
Aricaria Imbricatia.e Athcnia, Li •
erary Society of the University. Luca
deudron or Silver tree by tbe Aristotel
ian Society of the university. Rubber
tree, by the Sophomore Class.
Rev W, A. Kinghttn planted a cana
ry prone.
Jtu'go R. M, Widney and Dr. Thomp
son plauted aSiquoi Oigantia or big
tree.
Dr. Sinsabaugh donated a number of
palm and cypress tr, es.
The Creek Society, Kappa Alpha
Th eta, a date palm.
Mrs. Hervey Lindley, golden arbor
viae.
Mrs. Louis, magnolia tree.
A number of students nnd individuals
also planted trees, and in ait about MSs>
ty live were put in the ground
and ss many more have been
promised. When the collection is
completed it will be the finest in South
ern California. Some of tbe trees plant
ed are very rare and beautiful and the
facnlty of the nniversity may well feel' i
FOR HAl.fEj I
»f AftNOLI AT ~
JIL Sec advertising columns. I
IJOR WATCHES ANI'
! Jewelry sold low at Union Loan 'jifiee,
.) North Main street. afrlm
OR SAI.K-COMPTON-20 ACKKSIvTtH
six room house, mill, barn, orchard,
alfalfa, etc,—cmur,
FLORENCE—2IO seres, high ciiltlvatlou,
100 acres in Alfalfa; house and outbuild
IngS— A BARGAIN.
tilx aud eight room houses In the city.
ACRE PROPERTY.
CITY PROPERTY In all parts of the city.
MISSOURI A CALIFORNIA LAND CO.,
s2) 3t Room 12, "!„ Noith Main street.
FOR SALE—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
confectionery slor ; it'll inventory: r ire
opportunity. A. J. VIELE. Koom 23. Sohu
in .qh_cr block. apr2B-7t
litok balL—a li'ousj'. ami iil.'iiiti:
E oulySltvo. Wo. 66 North SprinxSt. sitHl
iilOR SALE—TWO MILK COWS. APPi-Y
1 to southeast corner Twelfth and Pearl
streets. n23-7t
\.| UBT BK 8l»l>U AT * NCE—THE BEST
IYL coufee ioueiy store In town: in choice
location. Price $300. Call nnd make i Iter.
BRADSIIAW & ZKLINEK, 33 Soulh Spring.
up 231 f.
FOR SALE—A GOOD PAYING. RESI'AI)
rant, cheap. Apply ou premises, 13
Aliso street. ap2l 7t
I TOR SALE—LEASE OS STOKE, CORNER
1 First aud Alameda. Kuquro butcher
shop ap2l-lm
moTTTiaWC—onk-i7ai> in
J? tbe Los Ange es Coffee aud Spice Mill
Apply at the store corner of Hill and KWlith
stree:s. Good chance. apli) tf
E'OR SALE-FIRST-CLASS BOOK STORK,
payiug well; groCi ry stoic pa>lng $300
pjr mouth: tea store, doing well, small cap
ltal required: furniture and leaseof a hotel
in a booming town; two meat maikets
Above will bear Investigation. A.J. VIELE,
Room 23. Scuumacher Block. apr'7 'I
Lost His Fortune.
Four days ago Campan Jean arrived
in Lea Angelea from New Orleans with
hia entire worldly wealth in a small roll
>f greenback!, which ho carried in the
watch pocket of hia paota. Being ol
French descent he secured a room at a
French lodging-house at No. 20 Aliso
street. On Wednesday afternoon he
counted his money aud found that he
had 8000. There were two $100 bills,
three $20 bills nnd the rest was in $10
notes. Ho pat tbe roll back in bis
pocket and, except to feel it, did not pay
particular attention to it. On Thursday
having occasion to use some of the
money, he put his hand in the pocket
and found tbat it was empty. He did
not report his loss until yesterday morn
ing, and there is very little likelihood of
his ever rinding it again. This is very
hard upon bim as he is in a strange
country and left without a dollar with
which to pay his-expenses. There is no
doubt but be was robbed in some man
ner which he cannot explain.
B<leof lots nnd acre It sets at Olaistone
to-day. Train leaves at 9.30.
People* Store.
To-day at special prices I
l'.nystraw hats, ZSo.; ladies shade hats,
ODc.: a large variety of styles.
Children's hose, same as sold yesterday,
15c.
Bilk hose, Hisses, iv black, street and
evening shades, 25c.
Special sale of Pongee silks, 25c. a yard;
worth fully 50c.
40 luch cashmeres in evening and spring
shades. 25c. a yard
Brochc India cloth, for summer dresses,
exquisite goods, something ou the order ol
a dotted Swim, Isc a yard At our domestic
counters.
Special sale of embroideries and laces.
Big bargains at all prices.
Ladles' kid or pebble goat button shoes,
atfl.s3. Goods tlat can never be dupli
cated at 91 25.
Ladles' French kid button shoes atsj
the quail'y will not be equaled under 14.
Boys' blou c sailor suits, in blue, brown
anl gray. 11.78; worth $2.50.
Five-button, dressed and nndreised kid
gloves, 7oo.; cheap at $1.26.
Ladies' corsets, silk bound snd silk stitch
ed. 85c.
Parasols—Job lot, noue worthless
than ('■' 66, and some up to $4.
Pkohlk's Stouk.
Sale of lots aud sere tracts st Gladstone
to-day. Tiaiu leaves at 9:80.
In their New Quarters).
Cr«uda"l.Crow & Co. are now at 133 and
ISS West First street, with full line of stoves,
mantels and grates.
Money to loan in sums to suit borrowers.
Frank C. Draper, Mo. 4 Court street
Camelline for preserving and beautifying
the complexion. White or pink. Price
fifty cents.
Sale of lo's and acre tracts at Gladstone
to day. Train leaves at 9:30.
In their New Quarters.
Candall, Crow it Co. are now at 138 and 186
West First street, with lull line of stoves,
mantels and grates.
AMI SEJttKTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Main atreet, bet First and Second.
H. C. WYATT Manager
One Wifjk, Commencing Monday, April 25.
Engagement of tli ; Distinguished Tragedian
11 It
FREDERICK WAKDE!
II It
Supported by an Efficient Dramatio Com
pauy under the management of
Hudson & O'Nell,
In the following selections Irom bis lei in
mate repertoire:
Monday Viroinius
Tuesdsy Galba The Glauiator
Wcdutsday Damon and Pythias
Thursd»y Richard ill
Friday Galba '! hk Gladiator
Bat rday Matinee Viboinics
Saturday Richard 111
Scale of Prices—First three rows Dress
Circle, SI 50; balance Dress Circle, til Bsl
eony (reserved), 75c; General Admission Bal
cony, &oc. ap2o 11t
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Main street, bet. First and Second.
H. C. WYATT Manager
FIVE NIGHTS and SATURDAY MATINEE,
COMMENCING
Tuesday Night, April lit. 1881,
Direct from his Phenomenal Engage
ment at the Bush-S reet Theater,
Sau Francisco, where
Hundreds, Were lurned Away at Each
Performance,
U 11
ROLAND It X ■a» ,
li 11
The Representative Legitimate comedian,
assisted by the same company that shared
his honors 150 nights st the Bijou Opera
Bouse, New York, will present Msrsden's
comedies,
Tuesday, Wednesday end Thursday,
Humbag !
Friday and Saturday Nights snd Satur
day Matinee,
gnw oiiok t"*n
A Comedy-Drama.
Realistic scene ot Msdlson Square, N. V
under the electric light. luclaental to tbe
Slay MR. REED will Introduce Topical
ongs. Operatic Gems and his Pocket Edi
tion of Mikado.
Cm\T~ Seats on sale ou and after Friday.
April l.'ith. apis
WASHINGTON GARDENS.
OSTKICn » A It .71.
gB~ BIRDS SOW ON VIEW-t^H
Admission, 25 Cents.
Take the Main-street car", which stop at
the gate. GAWSTON Si FOX, Lessee*.
"Wants," "Personals," and other adver
tlsements under the following heads in
serted at t'io rate of S cents per line for
each insertion.
FOX KENT— lIQI. «iF,S.
AGNOLIA.
See advertising columns.
Fok'ken t—T1 ißeFsmall COTTAGES
st the mountain north of Pasadena:
(8 to $10 p;r month. luquire at 73. N. Soring
street, room li. M. LINDLEY. apl'J-7t
TO LET-HOUSE UP i ROOMS, WITH 5
acres: $10 per month. Apply to Cha«.
V. Hall, room 6, II South Spriug street, be
tween 9 and 12 a. M. ap's-tuix
t'UK IIENT-SIICKI.I.AIVKOrS.
AUNOLI ».
Hae advert'slng columns
A7K. AA TO LOAN IN ONE SUM, LOW
«5 I O"rate of iMerest, on improved
Los Angeles business property. Address,
sitting time wanted and describing prop
erty, PRINCIPAL, care Childress'safe de
posit bank. ap9.B 2',
STORES TO RENT—ON MaIN STREET.
Apply to MAKE O. JONES, offices 1 and
2 Jones' Block. 7S N. Spring St. s6-tf
F"OR REN r—AT FROM IS TO 120 PER
year; safe deposit boxes in absolutely
Are and burglar proof chrome steel vault.
Inspection invited. THE CHILDRESS
SAFE DEPOSIT BANK, 87 South Spriug st.
fet>l2 tf
fuh kent-uooihs,
MagnoliaT
See advertising columns.
TO LET—NkWLY FURIfISHED ROOMS;
219 N. Fort street, near Temple. »p2H : t
RENT—A MOJiLY FURNISHED
F frout room, 10.1 Hope street, near Tem
>le street ep2l-7t
rtOR RENT-NICE ROOM ON BUNKER
t? Hill. O. W. BfTRTON, 100 North Spriug
treet. Temple Block mmtf
rWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO
let with board. 3Q7 femplest. m2B tf
BURNISHED ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
P elegant house, Wo. 506 Fort street, corner
ixth. m9tl
Magnolia: *
3ee . -ofertlslng columns.
WANTED-TO BUY A GOOD BUGGY
horse: also buggy and harness. Apply
at room 12 over People's Btore. ap22 St
ANTED-GOOD BOARD AND ROOM
for a lady. Plenty of shade near
house iudispensab'e: and hones on the
place pieferred. Address, "L. P.," thl
ulrlce._ >t»H
Wt NTSU—QIKL TO WAIT 6$ T ABLE
and do cbsmberwork. Call st ACT
Pearl streot, near Sixth sf 523 at
WANTED— M MKN FOX QUARRY, s:7;
fi teamsters, *<•; 3 ranchmen, 1 man f r
bee .ranch. MAKTIN A CO , 18 South
Spring; U_
\\T ANTED— ONE BOY FOX PRIVATE
>V family. Boy to loam barber's trade
MARTIN A CO., IS South Spring. lt
WANTXI —10 WOMEN FOR HOUSEWORK,
5 waiter girls, girl to uurse chil,l.
M \ RUN A i O , 18 South Bprinr, it
~\\/ANTe.u — li.\"l*EiiitNCEi» BALKS
»V ladies. • Enquire at the oflioe onlf
WINEBUUUH'S Fancy Goods House 209 S.
Sprinirst _ It
WAN I ED—MEN TO MAKK tuTu PER
mouth over exp usis. MAhTIN A
CO . a Areadla street. 0p231t
WANIJv t»—A H*SICLA3S WHITE
barber at G3 % Ban Fcruaudo street.
ap22-»t
WANTKD— liO WOMEN FOR HOUSE
work; good wages; ."> waiter girls, god
wage-; 1 woman for laundry. MAKIIN
& CO., IS BoJth Spring strtc'.; 8 Arcadia
■ strce'. ap2ilt
VffANTED—ft MEN TO TAKE WORK
TV where over Sll'O per month must he
MARTIN & co. 3 Arcadia, opposite
Wells. Farrojk CoWxprsss offire. ap2-2-lt
WANiED— iv IKAMs IEKS, wl'tK uaV;
10 men for quarry, ti per day; harness
clcon.r, good wages; man and wife cook,
*7A; I boys, ranch work. MARTIN & CO.,
IK South spring, g Arcadia Btreet. ap22-l
Wa n r"El)-"cdH,f ate~kal to EbiH
money ou, at Union Loan Ofilce, No. 3
North Main street. nS-lra
xirANIED-MUS FOR THE IMMfcDI ti 'H
> » clearing and grubbiog of about 600
acres of brusn luuds ou the foothills of tho
Providenci* Rat eh. Addreva or 0*1) on
either of the executive eoinmitt'e, L. T.
v \kn j ky, Bryson mock, a. w. king, 113
First street, or E. H. HALL, Lawyer flock.
»pr2ttf
WANTED— UY A SINUI.It UENILEiAN,
permaneu ly located here, v neatly
fuicisbed room within ten or fifteen m'n
utes walk of business center of city. Price
must be moderate Addresa, stating prfee,
"PERMANENT," this office. ail 8t
WANTEI>-PUpTIs — FOR PIANO, OR
gan and voice taught lv the most thor
ough mnnner. Terms, $3 per mouth, Be
ginuers, in classes of two or three, S3 per
month. Sat'slactlon guaranteed or money
refunded. For pirtli'iilars call al Ml >Vall
_ree_t. fe29tf
WANIED— IIOUeE 7 OR » ROOMS VV 1 1 H
modem conveniences lv goorflocaticn;
must bo first class In every particular.
TREUTLEN & DRONILLAHD, 11C W First
street. apPtf
ITJARTED—HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOX
TV empty beer bnttles iv any quantities.
STEIN IKE A ImuXING, 822 North Alume
da street, tf
L'uK ti A L K~—N Sw "DrHLUHT PTANO;
r very cbas p; rftttat be snid at once. In
quire of BRAD3HAW & ZKLLKF.It, room
23, 83 8. Spring .treet. al7_
FKESH JERSEY COWS FROM $00 CP
wards, kind and gentle. WILLIAM
NILEB, E. Washington, near Main street
cars. m3O-lin
TUOROIOHBHKD IIo'LSTEIN BULLS,
also choice nuloh cows. Address J. E*
DURKKE, Bouita Mc.idows, Santa Monica
Road, nilu Bin
HfckSWiVil.T
M" Xg\olia.
See advertising coluinus.
P~E~RSONAL— UO TO THIS t NION LOAN
Office for bargains in jewelry, 3 North
..lain street. a*■ Im
ANYTtRSOS SKNLIINa ME THE PRES.
cut address of Charles K. Judd will
o oige T. A JUDIi. Tucson. A T. ap!9 lm
P" E R 8 i/N A L— AMKItIUAN WATCHES
sold cheap at Union Loau Office, 3
NTlhMa'n street. n8 lm
MRS. FAftJCKK—LNDEPENDKN D SLAI K
writer and test medium. Gives full
names of spirit friends. Consults ions ou
business speculations, mineral, lawsuits,
removals, lovo, marriage, abseut friends,
diseases, etc. Dev-Topiug class Thursdays,
3 p. sc., 28 South Spring street, room 8, 9 a.
m. to 6 p. v. m2.'i lm
"FKr,h..~a Vt&Hti UJCVELOt
v« ment of torm and limbs, a pure, lovely
complexion, sparkling eyes and perfect
health guaranteed. No quack lotions or air
Sumps. Book on "Physical Culture" free.
K. L C. HARMON, 313 Haight street, San
Francisco, Cal, n026 ly
BUsisNKSM CHAWITJS. " ~~
AUNOUA.
See advertlsl"g columns.
IJtOR SALE-FIRS T OLAS:) GUOCKRY
; business, stock and fixtures; invoice,
85000; rent only 142*; choice location nud
well established. Only priucipa s need ap-
Bly Price 86000. W. A. MORGAN, No. S N
[aln street. ■P.' 13 !'
PARTNER WAN IE >, JO JOIN THE Al)
vertiser, with a few hundred or a thous
and dollars, in a first class paying business;
fullest investigation solicited and referen
ces given; no previous experience necessa
ry, Address MERCHANT, P.O. Box 1194,
Los Angeie*, Cal. febl7-3inos
ARTNERBHIP WANTED—A GENTLE"
man of experience, with 81000 to 11500 at
command, wishes to join in partnership
with a paying OOOeern, where his time and
money can be utilized. Address BONA
FIDE, core room 3, No. 28 N. Spring street
Los Angeles, Cal. febl7-3mos
tsAMSjiairsH tfl~s«~Y.-« s,~lF>s» s ATIiT
AGNOLIA.
8m advertising columns.
OR SALE— OUKaM
front Santa Monica. A. J. VIELE, Room
'2HBchnmacher Block. apr!7 7;
fIOR SALE— 28 ACRES ADJOINING THE
Ballona harbor; good for subdivi
sion; for a few days at »149 an acre, Two
select lota at Cucamonga on easy terms. 40
acres close to the A. T. and S. F. R. R. be
tween Pomona and Claremont, at $150 au
acre. A payiug variety business on First
street for about 81600. A restaurant and
lodging business in Pasadena for about
81500. We have splendid bargains in Azuea,
Anaheim, Monrovia, Pasadena, Pomona,
etc , and in the city. LLOYD, YORBA A
CO , 23 i North Main street, Baker Block.
Branch office, Monrovia, Cal. al4-lm
tSTltil WILL BUY 460 ACRES; SOIL
VIUU very rich. Room 20, Downey
block. ""'Vy.
LH>R SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT, »7t> PUR
A) acre, 16 miles from Los Angeles, near
ocean. W. R. WALTERS, Wilmington, or
DttLACY & MALCOLMSON, 25 Temple
street. aipf
B'OR BALE—BUSINESS CORNER FACING
on two prominent streets. Apply 707
Sixth street. aS lm
FOR l EST BARGAINS IN REAL ES I ATE
seeG. W. BURTON, 106 North Spring
street. Temple Block. mult I
PARCELS, AGUIRRE 4 CO , HAVE FOR
sale, st special bargains, lots in tbe Fitz
gerald tract, on Ninth street, at 10 to 30 per
cent less than surrounding property, for a
few days only; also long list of city and
country property at low rates. 12 Court
street. mll-tf
I [l ARMS AND TOWN LOTS —FARMS OF
' all sizes, from Aye to sixteen hundred
acres of land for sale; ou c of 800 acres a spe
cial bargain; also town lots in the Iron Sul
phur Springs Tract. New life in snd near
this family resort, Incident 10 the comiug of
tbo railroads. The best of natural mineral
waters and baths. C. T. WIDNEY & CO.,
Fulton Wells P. O. Cal. no2l-tf
Magnolia:
see advertising columns.
FOUND— IF YOU NEED MONEY GO TO
the Union Loan Office, No. 3 Noun Main
street. «8-lm
L~~ birset ur~ro To
lire Office, a package containing 866) in
greenbacks. A reward of 8100 will be paid
to return the same to No. 26 Allso street.
L" OSTITr - STOLEN — A YOUNU ~ tOK
hound 6 months old; black and tau;
white spot on breast. Finder will please
return to FRED MORSCH, 725 Hill street.
Suitable reward. ap22-3 .
ttblA REWARD—Lt)SI' UK STOLEN. A
v_v* small white inure, roached mane,
collar marks, and small lump on back:
brand unknown; return to WM. HOLLAND
or GEORGE ERRICKS' stable, Spring street,
and receive reward. aprl7 7t
hoar'" A"i\i»~roiTCr><4. ~
MAGNOLIX
Sje advertising columns.
ROOM S AND BOARD—TOURISTS CAN
be accommod ted during tbe summer
months, by the day or week, at a first-c'.ass
private boarding house. 923 Hyde street,
uor. Pine and San Francisco,
apr4_lm MRS. E, J HUDDART.
BOARD AND ROOMS IN THE NEW AND
elegant house No. 506 Fort street, comer
Sixth. ni2;-tf
BELLKVUE TERRACE, FORMERLY
Plcklt Villa, 439 Pearl street, Los Ange
les, Cal. The finest location in the cltv:
take Sixth street cars. "Bellevne Terrace"
consists of three buildings, all connected
by front porch, end contains 140 as desirable
rooms as can be found in Southern Califor
nia. Board and room 84.00 and 82.50 per ,
day. Liberal arrangements made with per
sons desiring rooms and board by tbe month
or year. Telephone 518. DANIEL PiCKIT,
Mrs KATIE K. PICKIT. Proprietors «v4t)
ell\Ar»n:lAt,.
AGNOLIX
See advertising columns.
OVV " jTaTE~OF {HTEBEBT OHABOBO
at I'utou Loan Ofilce, No 3 North Malu
street . sB-im
MONEY TO LOAN ON MOKiUsGB— Mlilt
TIMER .V HARRIS, Attorneys at Law,
7s Temple Block. tf
5«3X7l 411111 lv LOAN—LOWEST IN-
DaQUsUvII terest. Apply direct. A.J.
VIELE. room '23 Scmimnchorßlork. mn I .
MONEY TO LOAN UN REAL ESTATE
In am tints to suit. BItODTBECK &
PENNEY, Ko. 18 N Spring St. «eb6 tf
"MKi-IWrVoiir"'" " "
AGNOUA. .
See advertising co'nmns.
OF OHOttsVN "FRlEmisT—
Guardian Council, No. 90, meets In i
- yihlan Castle Hall, 24 South Spring street, I
tbe first and third TUEBDAY EVENINGS
each month. Visitiug friends cordially in-11
vitcd. .1. H. MARSHAIL, C. C. I
mr29-3m 1 1
_ FOB Sll.i:—fcilr Hropeny.
MAGNOLIA. . = " == ■'■'
See advertising co'.umDs.
tftOß SALE—FOR SALE ON T7IE~ HILL,
an elegant new 2 story house, with b»th
room; good lot, good stable; ou y ono block
from temple street; 10 minutes walk from
my office. This is certainly the cheapest
property iv the city, as it wou>d rent any
day for 860 per month. Price,*ssoo. Apply
to W. P. McINIOSU, 121 North Spring
apr23-7t
fOR BALE—AT A BARGAIN; ELEGANT
Q ieen Anne cottage of 6 rvomi, hail,
bath, etc , near M tin street cars: let 50x135;
82660; B*oo cash, balance 830 per montn.
HOCHESIER, HUNTINGTON * LAYTON,
ai West Fi rat street. ciO tf
FOR SALE—TEN LOTS NEAR SEVENTH
Street Cable Road snd Ninth Street
Horse Csr Line. Price, 832(0. Cheapest
rrpertyonthe market. Room 20, Downey
Bock. apr2o tf
1/bk SALE UK TRADE—TWO GOOD LOIS
7 iv tbe Electric R. R. trect. luquira at
room 6, Baker Block.
For Sale—Three elegant lots ou Orange
avenue. Inquire ot room 5, Baker Block.
For Sale —Five choice lots in Hyde Park.
Inquire at room 5, Baker Block. a2')-5t
CHEAPEST LOT FOR A HOMEfIN THE
city; covered with fruit trees; in one of
the most beautiful puts of the city; also
flue farm, sown with grain ond otter pro
duce, and must be sold at once, gentleman
leaving for the Kut. If you want a bargain
apply at once. CLVKK & CO , 222 Downey
avenue. Eist lo> Angeles. norntf
MIStIIiI.I.ANEOUS.
MagnoliaT
See advertising columns.
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE KXCUlt
sions. Next p i rtles east leave Los An
geles May 4th, 18th and June Ist. GEO. D
PHILLIPS, 263 North Main street, Los An
geles, Cal. ap2!itf
IF YOU WANT'IIELP, MALE OR FK
male, go or ssnd to MADAM SMITH, 7
North Main street. a!5-lm
FRED'K. PIRSSORD —PROFESSIONAL
nurse. 43 Franklin street, city. s3-lm
NOTICE TO PEOPLE REMOVING FROM
the city—Highest cash price paid for
all kinds of furniture, pianos, organs. All
communications strictly confidential. Ap
ply MERCHANT, 222 Dowuey avenue.
m6tf
sTOK WALK — Country Property
MAGNOLIA.'
See advertising columns.
FOR SALE—4O ACRES NEAR NORWALK;
all in alfalfa, corn ana barley: baro,
ho se, orchard, artesian well; will take
merchandise for half Also lots on Ocean
avenue, s.inta Monioa. A. J. VIELE, Room
23, Schumacher block. apTg at
FOR SALE-6 ACRES AT MONROVIA
at a bargain, for 5 days. Inquire ot C.
H. LONG <& CO., room BJ4 Sohumscher
Block. ap22—2t
Ararechance-forsaleortr.de
—a nicely improved 5 acre tract on West
Adams street. Apply to ADAMS & SON. 75
North Spring street, room 11. s23tf
FTiOR SALE—CATTLE RANGE OF 40,000
1 acres; about 100 head of stock; abund
ance of feed and wster; no frost Apply to
RISING & BADEN, room 2 Ruffe n Block.
P. O Box 374, San Bernardino. Gold and
silver mines of high grade ore a special; y.
Grht mill and oilier business oppcrtunl
tles. ap22-7t
FOR SALE—2O ACRES ADJOINING THE
town site of Oaremont 4 miles north
east of Pomona, at a great bargain if taken
immediately; would subdivide to advant
age. CARR A COOK, 12 Court ht. sp2>tf
FOR BAT.K-160 ACREB OF LAND. ALSO
Forest Dairy, containing cows, horses,
wogons, route and cans, etc Inqulro at
GREEN MEADOW, 1 mile west of school
house, or address P. O. Box 741. m 23 6m
FOR SALE-LAND, 85 PER ACRE. SOIL
very rich, sandy loam. Easy teims.
Also, location made on some very choice
land. 20 Downey Block. s!2 lm
_ VTsMis;A l tssrsA■■.
AGNOLIA.
See advertlslpg columiiß.
COMMERCIAL NIGHT SCHOOL-In
struction will be given at most reason
able terms iv bookkeeping and all grammar
and high school studies. Csndidstes pre
pared for collcse snd teacher's examina
tions. Rooms Schumacher Block. L. Ii
LAWSON, FRED. H. CLARK, A. M.,
Principals. "
I>IH!VTINTN.
MJISHOLIA. ' "
See advertising colnnms.
ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING
street, rooms 4 snd 6.
Gold fillings from 82 up.
Amalgam and silver fillings. 81- „
Painless Extraction •€ Veevh *>F vitalised
sir or nitrous oxide gas, 81.
Teeth extracted without gas or air, 8 .50.
Best sets of teeth from 86 to 810, By our
new methed of maktn", teeth a misfit Is
impossible. All work guaranteed.
We make especially of extracting teeth
withoutpain.
Office hours from Ba. If. to sr. v. Sun
dart from 10 a. m. to 12 m. d 7 tf I
WI»OKfLI,a\NKOOeV.
B. adam's
One-Price Clothing House I
W I 1.1, HIVE VOl UOODN Al' lIEI in tmtU VILI'I;,
Our Hne line of Caesimerc Soils In sscltf, froolts and 4 button cutaways are sellln*
faster than we ever expected and are unsurpassable iv fit and finish.
OUR PRICES
Demoralize completely our competitors. We will show you this week:
•IS Suits Cor r m n st »
•1» Suits for aiOOO
•ISO Stills for »is go
SO Casslniern I*ll litis lor M 400
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS
At Prices Low Enough lor Everybody '
Country ordors receive our prompt and careful attention. Be sure to call at
Wi:. ADAM'S, I'lalu.Figure Dealer
No. 15 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
ZMI. Gr. WILLABD
(SUCCESSOR TO ALBEE A WILLABD.)
•ffOO— Corner lot.62xT6fi,ou Wathiuitonst. JMiOO each—The best lots In the City Center
M2D4JO—Samo sise, adjoining. Tract.
»I8<"» each-Fine lots on Bourallonve. 037OO—Lot 60x1f6, on west side Hill st.
•7500-Large lot on Olive st. This is a » iBO O-Cor. lot on Grand aye., olean side.
• 1200-Lot cor. Beacon and Ninth sts. »IGso—Flue lot adlolniug the above.
MOO each—Six fine lots adjoining on iiea W1750 Each—Big lots on Hone st
con st. s IHOO—IO2 feet front on Ninth st.
• lsOO—Corner Adams and Figueroa, 106- SllOOO—Bargain on Washington st., 105x176
foot front. on the corner.
• I I,ono -Best alfalfa ranch in the county
ttf Besides the above I hsve the remaining lots in the Ellis Tract, whioh are every
one of them choice for bonding speculation. I am selling the cheapest tract of lots on
tho east side of the river for (800 to MM per lot; 1100 down, balance 120 per month. I
have a few fine houses and improved places which will suit you for homes. My specialty
bas always been fine acre property and tracts for subdivision, and I have the best in
tho city.
M. G- WILLAED,
No. ;t«s North Spring Street Los Ausreles, (al.
fit!
BY JOHN C. BELL & CO.
Large Auction and Credit Sale
IN THE HEAUTIKUL
CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO
Saturday, .April 30, 1887,
BY JOHN C. BELL & CO.,
All tJie Lots in the Valuable Fairbanks Addition
To the Depot, being the most valuable business and residence lots iv
SAN BERNARDINO. Also a number of Elegant Villa Lots. Particulars
hereafter. The above are to be sold by order of N. H. FAIRBANKS, ESQ.
lot without reserve. Title perfect.
XT EXCURSIONS^!
Will run from Lns Angeles, Son Diego, Riverside and other points at excursion rates.
TERMS OF SALE —Ono third cash, one-third in six months, one-third In twelve
months; 10 per cent, on (he fall of the hammer.
afjJjjT-Fuil particulars may be learned of FAIRBANKS 4 WILSON, 261 Third Street,
Sau Bernardino, or of
sp2S— 81 JOHN O. BELL, Auctioneer, 17 Temple Hloek.
FOR SALE- 4 FINE LOT, COVERED
with choice fruit trees, between Main
street and Grand aveiiup, only MOO; tetms
easy. Sec MILLER St HEBRIOTT, 23'J North
Main street. a!7tf
RESIDENCE FOR BALEI-IIOUSE NO.
SIS W. Fourtn street, Lis Augeles. Lot
45x120; house 11 rooms. Apply to Box S,
South Pasadena. atO-llt
FOR SALE—II6xI79 nn Orand avenue
cheap. FRANK McCOYE, 23 N. rpriug
street in tf
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL LOT HILL
street near Eleven h, chesp. FRANK
McCOVE, 23 N. Boring street. __ rn jL t '^
LIOR SALE—CHOICE LOT IN TBI
JU Childs tract, oi electrlo railroad line
FRANK McCOYE, 23 N. Spring st. eet m 2
STONEMAN TRACT
AT
Alhambra. San G.abriel Valley.
Lots in this well known tract are now offered
for sale. One-third cash, balance in 6 and 12
months. Interest on deferred payments 8 per cent,
per annum. Ample water supply.
For maps and price list, apply at the Los Angeles
Land Bureau, No. 20 West First street, or to C. T.
ADAMS, Alhambra.
.pM-u GEORGE W. FRINK, President.
HOME. A.T LAST !
Quick-Meal Gasoline Stoves!
THE BEST MADE—TRY ONE !
MANTELS and GRATES, STOVES and RANGES
Nos. 133 and l 35 — West First Street,
NeiT to uew "Tlfflss" biiUdluy, corner l'ori ausj First streets.
CRANDALL, CROW & CO.,
, Los Angeles, California.
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